Leaked photos show Moto 360 2nd gen, Moto 360 sport

Your newsfeed is probably full of the news that Android Wear will finally be available for iOS devices. You might have missed a few leaks regarding the upcoming new Motorola smartwatches which will be announced at the IFA 2015. If the leaked images from upleaks are to be believed, then the OEM is set to release a slightly different looking 2nd generation of its famous and well-received Moto 360 smartwatch, plus a previously unheard of Moto 360 sport edition.

New generation Moto 360 sighted yet again

Trust the Chinese to give the world a peak into the yet-to-be-revealed and upcoming gadgets ahead of official launch. If not more smartphones from manufacturers or fake ones from people who have nothing in mind but to earn money, we’ll be served with more images, leaks, or early hands-on photos. And while we’ve spotted the next-gen Moto 360 a few times already, these photos posted on Weibo tell us more about the next smartwatch from Motorola.

Moto X Play aka Droid MAXX 2, Droid Turbo 2 arriving in the US

There won’t be a Moto X Play in the United States. Don’t be disappointed but the DROID Maxx 2 is coming. Actually, it’s the same phone but Motorola decided to just rename the model. The DROID Maxx 2 is a Verizon exclusive in the country so at least fans of the new Moto Android phone could get it from the carrier.

Next-gen Moto 360 smartwatch sighted again in the wild

We’re counting on Motorola to reveal the next-generation Moto 360 at the upcoming IFA in Berlin this September. But before the official launch, we’re anticipating more rumors, leaks, and early sightings just like this one from Gerrit Gödecke who shared what he believed could be the next model. He sighted this smartwatch while riding a commuter train in Chicago.

Motorola Moto X Play now ready in the UK, Canada this Friday

Less than three weeks since its official launch, the new Moto X Play by Motorola is now available in the UK. The smartphone can be purchased from the Moto Maker website which means you can have it customized. Feel free to change the front color, back color, accent color, your choice of memory (16GB or 32GB), as well as, add a special engraving at the back, or a greeting on your smartphone’s startup screen. Mostly, changing the colors… errr..colours (with British accent) make the phone look more fun, unique, and personalized.

Moto 360 2 sighted, might come in two variants

Almost one and half years after the first Moto 360 was introduced by Motorola, we're now anticipating for the next-gen version. The smartwatch has been the subject of numerous rumors of what could be the next wearable from the company. After we learned that the Google Store slashed the price of Moto 360 a few months back, we started hearing about it popping up at Bluetooth SIG. Even more details were shared last month.

Motorola working on security patch for StageFright issue

Google was humble enough to admit that there is indeed the StageFright issue. If you haven't heard about it, StageFright is also known as an MMS messaging issue as it happens when a malicious code is triggered by an MMS, specifically those containing videos. Any malware can be inserted in the video which could then be able to access the device even before a video is viewed or played on the phone.

Moto X Pure Edition (2015) gets several new options on Moto Maker

One reason why Motorola is selling a lot of phones today is the fact that you can build your own Moto phone. The Moto Maker website has proven to be effective and helpful in bringing a novice designer's dream into reality even if it's only a custom smartphone. Before the official launch, MotoMaker options for the Moto G were leaked and now we have a glimpse of several options for the new Moto X Pure Edition.
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